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https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12776/14539Στυλ βιβλιογραφικής αναφοράς:
Enhanced OAI-PMH services for metadata sharing in heterogeneous environments
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Europeana has put in a stretch many known procedures in digital libraries, imposing requirements difficult to be implemented in many small institutions, often without dedicated systems support personnel. Although there are freely available open source software platforms that provide most of the commonly needed functionality such as OAI-PMH support, the migration from legacy software may not be easy, possible or desired. Furthermore, advanced requirements like selective harvesting according to complex criteria are not widely supported. To accommodate these needs and help institutions contribute their content to Europeana, we developed an integrated set of tools, with a particular focus on the case of data providers with software incompatible with OAI-PMH. We developed wrappers enabling schema mapping and repeatable generation and harvesting of ESE-compatible metadata via OAI-PMH. The system is able to select and harvest only the desired metadata records, according to a variety of configuration criteria of arbitrary complexity. We applied our tools to providers with sophisticated needs, and present the benefits they achieved.
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2014
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Αγγλικά
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0024-2535
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6/7
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63
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465-489
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© 2014, Emerald Group Publishing Limited
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This is the accepted version of Author's manuscript. The final version published by Emerald Group Publishing Limited is available at: Houssos, N., Stamatis, K., Koutsourakis, P., Kapidakis, S., Garoufallou, E. and Koulouris, A. (2014), "Enhanced OAI-PMH services for metadata sharing in heterogeneous environments", Library Review, Vol. 63 No. 6/7, pp. 465-489. https://doi.org/10.1108/LR-05-2014-0051
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